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, prince georges county's state's attorney, angela. >> i don't think any person could have watched those 20 babies who were killed and not be compelled to act. >> here, governor martin o'malley proposes an assault weapons ban, limiting high capacity magazines and licensing for handgun purchases. in annapolis, scott broom, wusa9. >> floyd is now admits he intended to kill as many people as possible. fortunately, he didn't kill anyone. he is the man who shot and wounded a security guard last summer and was at the front desk of the lobby group. that injured guard managed to grab a gun. and that ended that. today, he pled guilty and now he's looking at 15 years in prison when he is sentenced in april. he targeted the family reserge council because the group opposes gay marriage. >> the verdict is in and it's guilty for a baltimore man accused of killing a 16-year- old girl. michael johnson convicted of second-degree murder in the death of phylicia barnes. the north carolina teenager vanished in 2010 while she was visiting family in maryland. and her naked body was found floating in the su
these individuals to justice. >> wow. state's attorney, angela, video taped and live here in the studio. thank you so much for coming in. we appreciate you joining us. your message yesterday, as emotional as i seen you, seem to be, we should all be angry about this. >> we should. as i said yesterday, as a parent who lives here, i don't know how anyone is sad and not feel the grief and feel enraged. i think we all share that pain. i've been hearing all day from our community. >> i think there's little doubt this is a tipping point where people realize something has to be done. now you started a task force of some sort with the prince georges county police. what are you working on so far? >> the county executive started a task force. we are planning for a summit on may 4. we have been planning for the last several months. what we see, even here, we find that many of our young men are angry. they are without opportunity, because they dropped out of school. and so we must do something to address the situation regarding jobs and work force development. we also need mentors. many of these young men d
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